This humble restaurant has brightly painted walls; even the ceiling fans are painted bright orange. The "Combinado los Mestizos" on the dinner menu offers a taste of several regional specialties including salbutes and panuchos—both typical appetizers of fried cornmeal, the latter stuffed with beans—as well as chicken and turkey dishes. A far less common dish called dzotobichay is a tamale made with chaya leaves. There's a bit of a view of the church beyond the marketplace from the rooftop terrace. This is a great place to get an early start or wind up a long day of sightseeing. They're open daily from around 7 in the morning until 11 at night.
Calle 33 No. 301, behind market, Izamal, Yucatán, 97540, Mexico